Your audience or class can vote via the web from anywhere in the world or text our voting numbers. In some countries, we even offer local or regional SMS texting numbers. Twitter voting works wherever you can tweet.
Create poll questions and response options in your native language. And see the responses from your audience or class in the language they wrote them in.
Accept votes entirely on your own web voting page at www.pollev.com/yourname - available to anyone in the world with a web browser.
We offer local and regional SMS texting numbers wherever it’s possible. Audiences or classes can also message long distance to our international numbers where their plans allow. Learn more.
These regional phone numbers accept SMS messages from around the globe. Simply text the phone number shown and wait for your response to appear. You can also test whether you are able to receive texts back from us. We will send a text message that reads, “Hello from… “ (Note your carrier may charge long distance charges. We offer local numbers wherever they are available to help you avoid those charges.)
Each audience member’s ability to SMS vote depends on their particular carrier and particular plan, and the coverage we provide through our international message service partners.
To the best of our knowledge, here is a list of countries by continent that we believe we fully cover:
There are two different kinds of phone numbers:
If your audience is from different countries, you can share multiple numbers. The responses will all appear in your poll results no matter which number they were submitted through. (Note that our poll instructions will only be able to show one number due to space constraints, but you can share the complete set of options on a slide, sign, or handout or include it in an email to participants.)
Complete instructions and a list of phone numbers to share with your audience members can be found in our User Guide.